In November 2015, RISE Cowley (formerly the Cowley County Healthy Communities Coalition) approved...Read More
The registrar’s office at Cowley College has released the names of students who earned spots on...Read More
Voting for Cowley College’s Homecoming king and queen will take place Jan. 22-29. Students will be...Read More
Two local bank open houses and another appearance by Santa Claus highlight a variety of Christmas-themed events next week. Many of these events were announced recently by various local businesses and nonprofit organizations. The...Read More
Braydee Holmes has immersed herself in many activities at Cowley College. Now the sophomore mass communications major will add to her busy schedule by being one of five finalists for Queen Alalah LXXXVI. Coronation is set for...Read More
After four days of online voting, five women have been selected as Queen Alalah finalists by Cowley College students, faculty, staff and administrators. Queen Alalah LXXXVI will be crowned during the annual Coronation ceremony...Read More
Eric Kurtz, Union State Bank chief executive officer, recently announced the election of Mike Brand, co-founder of Brand Plumbing and a successful real estate developer, to the Union State Bank Board of Directors. Brand has...Read More
WINFIELD — To show continued support for the Cowley County 4-H youth program and community food banks, Cowley College purchased a steer during the Cowley County Fair 4-H/FFA Market Livestock Auction on Aug. 7 at the Winfield...Read More
Kinzley Cornwell, of Udall, is a winner of a $1,000 scholarship from the Kansas Sheriffs Association. Cornwell attends Kansas State University. Her application was sponsored by her father, Jessie Cornwell. “The Kansas Sheriffs...Read More
The fun dining promotion, “Back Road Dining in Cowley County,” is kicking off for the second summer in a row May 6. Once again, the Cowley County Economic Development Partnership (Cowley First) has teamed up with five...Read More
Area students seeking local scholarships through Legacy Regional Community Foundation have one week left to submit applications. College scholarship applications for Arkansas City, Burden, Sedan, Udall and Winfield high school...Read More
The Cowley County consolidated 911 dispatch center came under scrutiny during a recent meeting of the City Commission of Arkansas City. After the meeting, Ark City Daily Bytes requested and inspected numerous emails, spinning...Read More
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